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Re: Anyone using CED for ABRs

Ghada and Joanna,

I actually know very little about ABR, but at some point of my life I wanted to check if I could record tone-pip-evoked ABR from anestethized non-human primate. I tried using a CED interface (and Spike2 software) for both stimulus delivery and recording,  I was able to do get decent ABR waveforms, at least at high SPL and at certain stimulus frequencies. I am sure that with some tweaking I could make it better, but I did not pursue it any further.

Feel free to let me know if you have any specific questions that I could help with.


On Wed, Mar 23, 2016 at 3:07 AM, Joanna Lemańska <jlemanska@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Let me extend this question: Anyone who recorded ASSRs using CED?


Joanna Lemanska
Vision & Hearing Sciences 
Anglia Ruskin University

23 mar 2016 04:26 "Ghada BinKhamis" <gbinkhamis@xxxxxxxxx> napisał(a):
Greetings List Members

I have been trying (unsuccessfully) to record click and speech auditory brainstem responses using research equipment from Cambridge Electronic Design Limited (CED) 
Is anyone recording ABRs using this equipment?
If yes, please contact me directly if would you be willing to assist

Thank You very much
Ghada M BinKhamis, Au.D.
PhD student, University of Manchester